An Argentine comedy trumps "Birdman" and "The Imitation Game" while the confab says it could care less about Best Picture candidates
The British actor didn't make it to Colorado, but his film "The Imitation Game" is the hit of the festival's opening day
The Mexican actor plays Maziar Bahari, a journalist imprisoned in Iran while covering the 2009 elections
Stewart took time off from "The Daily Show" to direct a film that is smart and affecting, but not quite as sharp as you might...
Born in defiance during the early-'90s siege of the city, the festival reaches a milestone with films still haunted by conflict
Open Road Films will distribute the Scott Rudin-produced film in November
TCA 2014: "I just bought a new car," says star Jeffrey Tambor
Julianne Moore and Timothy Spall win acting honors; Bennett Miller takes directing award for "Foxcatcher"
It'd be nice if the festival's competition films could steal a little thunder back from animated movies and action stars in tanks
Un Certain Regard and Camera d'Or juries will consist of a dozen international directors, actors, technicians and journalists
Scott Rudin and Gigi Pritzker produced the movie, which stars Gael Garcia Bernal
Cannes Classics section will include revival screenings of Alfred Hitchcock and Sergio Leone movies, plus Roger Ebert documentary "Life Itself"
The upcoming film festival announces its jury
"Alpha House" gets a second season
The director of "No" and "Tony Manero" is in negotiations to take the reins of Universal's classic immigrant tale
DBC Pierre's provocative debut novel chronicles the aftermath of a school shooting in Texas
Amazon series comes from Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman and Alex Timbers
NYFF also unveils lineup of revival screenings that includes works from Martin Scorsese, Luchino Visconti and Nicholas Ray
Gael Garcia Bernal's directorial debut and the top grossing film in Mexico last year will both air first on Cinelatino
The host only has one week left this summer to get his jabs in -- so he loads up
Scott Rudin is producing the movie which will be shot during Stewart's "Daily Show" hiatus this summer
Gael Garcia Bernal stars as an ad man who helped overthrow a dictator, but the movie could use his character’s skill at thinking outside the...
With a rich history of supporting non-fiction filmmaking, Sundance gives the leadoff spot to the graceful but devastating "Who Is Dayani Cristal?"
A young ad executive helps inspire a nation to remove Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet in Chili's Academy Award entry for Best Foreign Language Film
Bac Films International has picked up sales duties on “The Ardor,” an Amazon-set feature from director Pablo Fendrik.
"The Loneliest Planet," from director and screenwriter Julia Loktev, might just be the next film-festival sweetheart that could
Chilean film "No," starring Gael Garcia Bernal, is among prize-winners in Cannes' Directors Fortnight section
Sony Pictures Classics acquired North American rights to “No,” a drama about Chilean dictator Pinochet starring Gael Garcia Bernal
Kate Hudson vehicle marries the worst of rom-com whimsy with the deadliest pretty-girl-with-cancer clichés
A gripping drama set in the world of Mexican drug wars is one of the strongest entries at the festival